Canada Official Site - Air Canada
is Canada's largest full-service airline and the largest
provider of scheduled passenger services in the Canadian market, the
Canada-U.S. transborder market and in the international market to and
from Canada. Together with regional partner Jazz, Air Canada serves
over 32 million customers annually and provides direct passenger
service to over 170 destinations on five continents. Air Canada is a
founding member of Star Alliance™, the world's most comprehensive air
Airlines - Canada airline. WestJet
was founded in 1996 by a team of Calgary
headed by Clive Beddoe, as a Western Canadian regional carrier with
three aircrafts flying to five cities.
Today, WestJet is Canada
's leading high-value low-fare airline, offering scheduled service to
47 destinations in Canada, the United States, Mexico and the Caribbean,
with its fleet of 74 Boeing Next-Generation 737-series aircraft.
Air - Central Canadian regional
carrier. From Winnipeg, Manitoba in the south to Repulse Bay, Nunavut
on the Arctic Circle, Calm Air operates frequent, daily scheduled
passenger and cargo flights throughout Manitoba and the Kivalliq Region
of Nunavut. Major Calm Air bases and connection hubs are located
at Winnipeg, Thompson and Churchill in Manitoba, and Rankin Inlet in
Nunavut. Calm Air currently operates 115 scheduled passenger
flights each week, with additional seasonal flights added during
northern Manitoba’s fishing season and during Churchill’s Polar Bear
Season in the fall. Cargo flights also operate on a regularly
scheduled basis each week throughout the region, and passenger and/or
cargo charters to anywhere in Canada are available upon request.
Transat - Canada-based charter. Transat
A.T. Inc. is an integrated international tour operator that
specializes in holiday travel. It offers more than 60 destination
countries and distributes products in approximately 50 countries.
Transat owns an air carrier, offers accommodation and destination
services and operates an extensive distribution network.
Labrador - Canada-based airline
one of the oldest successfully operating airlines in
the World. Established in 1948, as Newfoundland Airways, the airline
operated float-equipped aircraft from their base in Gander,
Newfoundland. Primarily engaged in charter work, they also flew mail
and freight to Northern Newfoundland and Labrador.
Jazz - A contract carrier for Air Canada,
Jazz is Canada’s airline serving all ten provinces and two territories.
Jazz is not a typical airline. They have a
commercial agreement with Air Canada that is the core of their
business. Under the Capacity Purchase Agreement (CPA), Air Canada
currently purchases substantially all of Jazz’s seat capacity based on
predetermined rates. In reality, we are and operate our flights
on their behalf. The CPA provides commercial flexibility and connecting
network traffic to Air Canada, while significantly reducing Jazz’s
financial and business risks.
Coast Air - A locally owned and
operated airline with more
than 35 years of Twin Otter scheduled service experience, West Coast
Air offers up to 40 Twin Otter departures daily between downtown
Vancouver and downtown Victoria. The company provides a convenient link
to Vancouver Island and Sunshine Coast communities, and includes
service to Whistler during the summer season.
Coastal Airlines - Canada carrier. Pacific
Coastal operates a total of 18 bases and has a fleet of 26
aircraft. Nine of these aircraft are float planes, six that can
accommodate up to 9 passengers. The DeHavilland Beaver (float) and the
Grumman Goose (amphibious) are stationed at Port Hardy airport. There
are a variety of wheel aircraft based at Vancouver South Terminal
airport, predominantly the Saab 340A, the Shorts S360 & the
Beechcraft 1900C, that can transport up to 33 passengers. For over
forty years we have successfully expanded in the coastal & interior
regions of British Columbia and Alberta.
Provincial Airways - Canada, carrier. In 1984, Eastern Provincial
of Canada's major regional airlines, was merged into Canadian Pacific
Air Lines of Vancouver. But the story of Eastern Provincial, or EPA as
it was affectionately known, can be traced back as early as 1941 and
forms an intricate part of the fascinating place aviation has had in
Air- - Canada, carrierm providing
passenger and cargo service between 25 northern communities with
connections to Edmonton, Winnipeg, Montreal and Ottawa.
Air Charters - Toronto's
Aviation, Ltd. - Canada, carrier
Canada Limited (ECL) - Canada, helicopters. ECL
is a subsidiary of Eurocopter, the
world's largest and most respected designer/manufacturer of civil
- Canadian Helicopter Corporation - CHC
Helicopter Corporation is the world's largest provider of
helicopter services to the global offshore oil and gas industry, with
aircraft operating in more than 30 countries around the world. CHC
trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbols FLY.A and FLY.B;
and on New York Stock Exchange under the symbol FLI. Market
capitalization for the Company is approximately CDN$1 billion.
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